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Trolls was the last project I worked on at the wonderful Dream Works/PDI studio.It was an extremely challenging project (it was so difficult to reinterpret the vintage dolls the movie is inspired from), the art team headed by our production designer Kendal Cronkhite and art director Tim Lamb did such an amazing job!For the past year I have been working in VR projects, and it has opened a wide range of new possibilities for artistic expression.Aside for some projects which I unfortunately can’t share yet, here are some VR paintings that I have made using “Quill”, a wonderful painting tool created at Oculus story studio.It’s part of a painting series I have been working on, portraying people in their working environment and showing what happens behind the counter. Here's "First place", another sketch I had started a while ago and just finished last night.

Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty.” Thank you Gerald Guerlais for putting together the project, and congratulations to all the amazing contributing artists.#quill #quillart Posted by Carlos Felipe León – Artist on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 Last year I had the immense pleasure and honor to work on a collective illustrated book of the declaration of WOMEN’s rights.It collects the articles in the 1791 declaration by Olympe de Gouges, as well as the 1967 United Nations declaration on the elimination of discrimination against women.The difference in culture and language turn the whole environment into an abstract space where there is little I understand. #VR #quillart #Dogs #illustration Posted by Carlos Felipe León – Artist on Tuesday, December 13, 2016 I love how painting in Quill, color becomes something volumetric, a substance you can manipulate just like in traditional painting.I like being able to appreciate things without attaching too much meaning or judgement to them, this ambiguousness extends to the character herself. In her tiny room beneath the castle, Bridget loves in silence and tears. Here I am exploring what it would feel like to move through transparent layers of paint.

Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty.” Thank you Gerald Guerlais for putting together the project, and congratulations to all the amazing contributing artists.#quill #quillart Posted by Carlos Felipe León – Artist on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 Last year I had the immense pleasure and honor to work on a collective illustrated book of the declaration of WOMEN’s rights.It collects the articles in the 1791 declaration by Olympe de Gouges, as well as the 1967 United Nations declaration on the elimination of discrimination against women.The difference in culture and language turn the whole environment into an abstract space where there is little I understand. #VR #quillart #Dogs #illustration Posted by Carlos Felipe León – Artist on Tuesday, December 13, 2016 I love how painting in Quill, color becomes something volumetric, a substance you can manipulate just like in traditional painting.I like being able to appreciate things without attaching too much meaning or judgement to them, this ambiguousness extends to the character herself. In her tiny room beneath the castle, Bridget loves in silence and tears. Here I am exploring what it would feel like to move through transparent layers of paint.All images ©Dream Works Animation Hey everyone, here is the piece I made for Oculus and the Quill Launch, you can see it in Quill by going under settings and checking the box “show high quality content” and then checking out the gallery again, it will be there! Check out the comments below, I am attaching all the WIP steps that went into making it. Great to see everybody adopting VR painting, super fun, huh?